2012: Writer, designer, “One FlyGirl’s Scrapbook” the first WASP app.  Available in itunes late spring, 2012

2012: Designer, brand new “FLYGIRLS TRAVELING EXHIBIT”  available early summer, 2012

2010:  Writer, graphic artist, designer: “WASP,  In Their Own Words, An Illustrated History” (242 pp full color)

2009:  Official Congressional Liaison to the US Mint for the design of the WASP Congressional Gold Medal.  Appointed by Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, Sen. Barbara Mikulski and Rep. Ileana Ros Lehiten and Rep. Susan Davis.   July 2009 - February  2010

2009:  Creator and director: grassroots ‘social media’ campaign using twitter, facebook, email and blogs to successfully lobby Congress to award the Women Airforce Service Pilots of WWII the Congressional Gold Medal. 

2008:   Designer: expansion of the ‘FlyGirls of WWII’ exhibit, Women in Military Service for America Memorial. Opened: November 14, 2008.

2007:  Designer:  “FlyGirls of WWII”  Opened: September 15, 2007 at the Mayborn Museum Complex, Waco, TX.  (Exhibit run extended twice, closing on April 1, 2008.)

2003-2006:  Creator and founder: National WASP WWII Museum and the WASP Museum Website (generated over 1,000 charter memberships from every state in the US.)  Designer:  brochures, posters, flyers and museum exhibits.  Producer of the opening museum dedication ceremonies, flyover, parade and events honoring the WASP.  Volunteer museum director 2003 - 2006.

1998 - present:  Creator/director:  'Wings  Across  America', to give every surviving WASP the opportunity to  tell her story on digital video tape. Served as producer / videographer for interviews with 115 WASP in 19 states.   http://www.wingsacrossamerica.us/wings

1996-present:  Creator:  'WASP on the WEB' website.  (Comprehensive informational site on the history of the WWII WASP.)    Website awarded "Yahoo Pick of the WEEK."  As webmaster/designer, expanded site to over 2,000 pages, with interactive games, songs, audio and video clips,  photographs, timelines, and many other primary resources on the WASP (Women Airforce Service Pilots,  WWII.)  http://www.wasp-wwii.org

1998:  Line Producer: Baylor University’s first HD film: “Most Significant Journey”

1999:  Waco Location Casting Director:  Feature film, “Where the Heart Is” (Twentieth Century Fox. Matt Williams/Director.

1994-1996:  Senior Producer:   KCTF Public Television, Waco, Texas. (Responsible for writing, editing, talent co-ordination, grant writing and production.)

1995:  Web designer & creator: 'How To Break  Into  Show  Business'  using backdrop of the 45 minute video (1993) and expanded the information with interactive elements.

1993:  Co-writer, director/producer: "How To  Break  Into Show Business  Without  Breaking  Your  Heart"   (a 45 minute ‘how to’ video, the story of a young girl who wants to be an actress, and the 36 colorful characters she meets who help her on her way. A story with a gentle sense of humor and great information.